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Mark Peters : June 10th 2005 - 03:00 CET

Cameratown.com reviews Canon Pixma IP5000


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CameraTown.comCameratown.com reviews Canon Pixma IP5000 printer : Our friend Ron Risman had the Canon Pixma IP5000 printer in the office and wrote a full review of the new Canon printer. The Pixma IP5000 was introduced last year August 2004, but it took a while before this printer was available on the consumer market. The clean lines and lustrous jet black shell of the iP5000 make a clear departure from traditional 'beige box' design, reflecting the growing importance of 'look and feel' in consumer products. The 25ppm iP5000 plugs directly into most contemporary digital cameras and digital video cameras via a PictBridge port for direct photo printing. Five-ink ContrastPLUS technology produces high contrast glossy photo prints.
Cameratown.com reviews Canon Pixma IP5000Cameratown.com - Comments
According to Ron Risman, editor Cameratown.com, has Canon purposely designed the iP5000 to keep things simple. " With the output paper tray in the closed position, the only button you'll see on the printer is a round power button with a side lamp that glows green when the printer is on and ready to print.", "When you open the front paper output tray you will find two more buttons and an icon in the shape of the iP5000. This icon has two green lights that show which paper tray is currently selected."

Cameratown.com - Conclusions
"The Canon PIXMA iP5000 is an ideal printer for anyone who wants a fast, high quality 8.5" x 11" photo printer. The combination of Canon's ink and paper will provide water and smudge resistant prints that will last as long or longer than traditional prints (when stored in an album).", says Ron Risman of Cameratown.com. "Is the Canon iP5000, which offers equal or superior photo quality, faster print speeds, duplexing, and dual paper paths worth more than a printer that features a color LCD display and the ability to print directly from a memory card?" If you are looking for a new (Canon) printer do not hesitate and read the complete review at Cameratown.com.





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